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Top BIM Engineering Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top BIM Engineering Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Jacobs, URS, SAIC top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the engineering and engineering/architecture firms with the most revenue from BIM-driven projects.


By BD+C Staff | July 19, 2013
Courtesy SmithGroup
Courtesy SmithGroup
Rank Company 2012 BIM Revenue ($)
1 Jacobs Engineering Group $4,465,746,000
2 URS Corp. $292,864,749
3 Science Applications International Corp. $131,066,235
4 Arup $123,364,028
5 Merrick & Co. $106,000,000
6 SSOE Group $99,560,561
7 Thornton Tomasetti $93,431,545
8 Buro Happold Consulting Engineers $78,006,000
9 Middough $60,000,000
9 KPFF Consulting Engineers $60,000,000
11 KJWW Engineering Consultants $51,092,154
12 Clark Nexsen $37,364,300
13 Vanderweil Engineers $32,858,900
14 Bard, Rao + Athanas Consulting Engineers $32,000,000
15 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $31,843,000
16 Henderson Engineers $31,742,887
17 Glumac $30,116,000
18 Walter P Moore $29,092,693
19 Affiliated Engineers $28,907,000
20 M-E Engineers $28,500,000
21 H&A Architects & Engineers $27,734,657
22 Michael Baker Jr. $25,900,000
23 Degenkolb Engineers $23,647,736
24 TLC Engineering for Architecture $22,700,613
25 Heapy Engineering $21,674,602
26 STV $21,051,000
27 Haynes Whaley Associates $19,740,185
28 CCRD Partners $19,000,000
29 TTG $18,395,200
30 Syska Hennessy Group $18,015,883
31 Smith Seckman Reid $18,000,000
32 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $15,200,000
33 Environmental Systems Design $14,338,994
34 GRAEF $12,600,000
35 Interface Engineering $10,772,782
36 BRPH $10,136,212
37 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $8,000,000
37 Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon $8,000,000
39 M/E Engineering $7,500,000
40 Newcomb & Boyd $6,331,085
41 Dunham Associates $6,000,000
42 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $5,735,421
43 Bergmann Associates $5,500,000
43 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $5,500,000
45 Dewberry $5,412,709
46 CJL Engineering $5,197,143
47 Peter Basso Associates $5,000,000
48 Zak Companies $4,543,488
49 H.F. Lenz $4,050,000
50 Wallace Engineering $4,000,000
50 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $4,000,000
52 KLH Engineers $3,518,208
53 Coffman Engineers $3,000,000
54 Ross & Baruzzini $2,407,000
55 Sparling $2,156,592
56 Wick Fisher White $2,113,000
57 AKF Group $2,000,000
58 RDK Engineers $1,985,000
59 GHT Limited $1,600,000
60 P2S Engineering $1,452,000
61 RMF Engineering Design $1,250,000
62 Brinjac Engineering $1,224,543
63 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $1,000,000
64 Mazzetti $714,544
65 ThermalTech Engineering $500,000
66 FBA Engineering $500,000
67 GRW $462,300
68 Bala Consulting Engineers $400,000
69 Primera Engineers $393,000
70 Walker Parking Consultants $380,361
71 Apogee Consulting Group $309,000
72 KCI Technologies $255,000
73 Kamm Consulting $113,494
74 Allen & Shariff $112,000
75 G&W Engineering $60,000

 

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